gogmorgo - rowing gears in a Grand Cherokee
gogmorgo
Jun 19
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Okay, ignoring the fact you just responded to a comment from almost a year ago, you didn’t answer the question. How is your right to own a gun revoked by steps put in place to prevent nutjobs from shooting innocent people?

May 20
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I think my uncle might still have one of those, same colour and interior. And true to form it mostly sits abandoned. It’s not rusty because Lower Mainland, but because downtown Vancouver it didn’t get used much, and was always an ordeal to get it mobile again after sitting for 8-16 months since the last time it saw Read more

Mar 11
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I’ve got to agree with you on the driving in Edmonton. Alberta in general, really. To be honest I’d say Calgary’s a bit worse than Edmonton, but I’ve encountered the same thing across the province, from GP to Lethbridge. I’ve driven in pretty well every major city in western Canada, and east as far as Ottawa, many Read more

Mar 2
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I’m going to have to disagree with you on extra lighting ever being necessary, even in places like Canada, where large animals roam. Not only do I live in Canada, I live in the Rockies, where roads are just a series of overlapping corners, some with “ditches” hundreds of feet deep, in a national park where there’s Read more

Mar 1
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Funny list of parts to hang onto there. The stuff worth hanging onto is everything MJ-specific, and some of that stuff listed isn’t. Like the front axle. 3.55 geared XJ d30’s are a dime a dozen, and that CAD axle is undesirable. Also I question the knowledge of whoever put it together. MJ bucket seats definitely flip Read more

Oct 15
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Studs have a ton of die-hard users anywhere I’ve lived in five provinces significantly south of the Yukon Territory, probably just as many as the “all-seasons are fine I’ve never had an issue in 30 years of driving” people. But it’s mostly people who still get car advice from their parents and grandparents. Read more

Oct 14
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Do it. The body’s repairable but probably not worth it. But as to preserving the manual trans parts? Put it this way, the factory manual is a second generation XJ how AMC intended it to be. Mine has fewer “luxuries” than this one does, manual windows, locks, factory a/c delete, but as a family SUV the ZJ treads the

Jul 10 2019
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With a transverse engine, no, not optimal. But when the engine is oriented the way it should be, you don’t really need to get at the front. It’s just easier not smashing your head on it, having to reach around prop rods, etc. It’s everything you love about the CJ’s, but without it flying up and smashing the windshield Read more